Air Date: Week of May 10, 1996
Steve Curwood invites listeners — as the public in public radio, to call and write in and to critique the show.
CURWOOD: It's been 5 years since Living on Earth hit the airwaves, and we thought the anniversary was a good time to take the pulse of you, our listeners. So tell us: what do you like? What don't you like about the show? Do stories seem too long or too short? Is there a subject we neglect? How's our fairness and accuracy? Do you like the music? What suggestions do you have? Any topic is fair game. But the point is, you're the public in public radio, so let us know what's on your mind.
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